In the gym, Xiaoming and Xiaohong stand in two completely different worlds. Xiao Ming was bathed in his sweat, confidently displaying the green tendons on his arm, as if it was a mark of condensed strength. And Xiaohong, she seeks peace in the occasional movement, her arms are as soft as tender tofu, as if they are an extension of nature's charm. However, they never thought that behind the green tendons and tender tofu, there is a hidden secret of health.
To solve this puzzle, we first need to understand the nature of green tendons. Green tendons, which are actually superficial veins, are especially distributed in the extremities. Due to the low oxygen level of the blood in the veins, it appears blue-purple, a trait that also extends to the area adjacent to the tendon.
So why is it that some people have green tendons on their arms, but others are difficult to identify? There are many factors involved:
Body fat rate: thin individuals, less subcutaneous fat, superficial veins are more pronounced, especially in fair skin. Obese people, on the other hand, are often difficult to detect because the fat layer thickness masks it.
2. Green tendons and health
Is there an inevitable connection between arm tendons and health? In fact, the answer is not simple, as there are many factors involved, such as personal genetics, body fat percentage, age, and exercise habits. We need to look at this issue from different angles.
From the point of view of blood circulation, the appearance of blue tendons in the arm may indicate health, but it may also mean unhealthy. If the bruises are caused by exercise or physical exertion, this may indicate smooth blood circulation and a healthy heart, which is a sign of good health. However, if the bruises are caused by congestion or blood clots, this may mean poor circulation and impaired heart function, which is not a healthy signing.
From the perspective of nutritional status, the appearance of green tendons in the arm may be a sign of adequate nutrition, but it may also indicate nutritional deficiencies. If the appearance of green tendons is due to adequate protein and water intake, it may indicate that the body has enough energy and water to support exercise and life needs, which is a sign of health. However, if the appearance of green tendons is due to a lack of necessary vitamins and minerals, this may indicate that the body lacks the substances needed to protect the skin and blood vessels, which is a sign of nutritional deficiencies.
In summary, compared with people who can hardly see them, there is no sign of absolute health or unhealth, beauty or beauty, nutrient or poor nutrition. The key is to understand the causes of your bruises in your arms and take steps to improve your health, aesthetics and nutrition. This understanding will help us to better pay attention to our physical health and pursue the perfection of both internal and external cultivation.